Moshe Twitto

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The performance of maximum-likelihood (ML) decoded binary linear block codes is addressed via the derivation of tightened upper bounds on their decoding error probability. The upper bounds on the block and bit error probabilities are valid for any memoryless, binary-input and output-symmetric communication channel, and their effectiveness is exemplified for(More)
The performance of maximum-likelihood (ML) decoded binary linear block codes over the additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel is addressed via the tangential sphere bound (TSB) and two of its recent improved versions. The correspondence is focused on the derivation of the error exponents of these bounds. Although it was shown that some recent(More)
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